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If you love science, the human race, and the evolution of humankind and other species, and like reading Dawkins, Robert Wright, Pinker, and Sagan’s works, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin could be your ‘The Book.’ 

Published in 1859, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection or Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggles of Life (Yes, that’s the complete title of the book) is one of the best non-fiction books of all time based on scientific theories. 

The book is a seminal work, widely recognized as one of the most poignant writings on the area of biology and an important paradigm shift in the history of modern science that lays down the foundation of evolution. 

Darwin was one of the greatest authors, English naturalists, and geologists of the 19th century who dared to write non-fiction books based on his scientific studies. In the book, Darwin claims with scientific evidence that all species evolve over time through a process called natural selection. It contrasts with the term artificial selection, which is intentional, whereas natural section is not. 

 The author argues that everything in the world, including animals and plants, climate, and physical environment, are mutually interdependent. He explains that all living beings have different characteristics, traits, and habits. And that only certain variations have the ability to survive and reproduce better than others, passing on their characteristics to the next generation. And this natural process leads to a gradual but significant change, resulting in the diversification of species. 

This book is available on all book-selling websites that sell historical fiction books and non-fiction. Darwin supports his claims and arguments with a large amount of evidence, including his observation of domesticated animals, the distribution of species worldwide, and fossil study. 

All in all, On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin is a lovely touch to daily life. You can take pleasure by immersing yourself in the 19th-century world of this naturalist. 

Despite receiving many positive reviews and negative criticism, the book is still one of the most widely read and studied historical non-fiction books of all time. It is also one of the most searched books on bookstore websites. 

The theory of evolution in the book, claimed by Darwin, has become the foundation of modern biology and continues to be a crucial element of research to this day. 

Darwin explains complicated scientific terms simply and elegantly, charming readers without a science background. Besides, the implications he has made to understand the diversity of life on earth are absolutely genius. 

Anyone who’s interested in the history of biology, the natural world, and science must read this book, as it can create a profound impact on your beliefs and the way you understand this world. The unabridged version of the book is available on the Booksophile bookstore website. 

Booksophile is a reservoir of historical fiction books, online law books, memoirs, and non-fiction, published and printed in the 19th and 20th centuries. 


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